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Oct 30, 2012 5:00am PDT
. that's more than what we saw last year during hurricane irene. those destinations affected include hubs like jfk, boston, washington, d.c., philadelphia and new york. this morning i spoke with a stranded traveler sloping on a bench at sfo. she is a grad student in new york -- he's grad student in new york and he says he needs to get to class by tomorrow but cancellations have been challenging. >> i saw about 20 [ indiscernible ] i should call them to update my flight so whenever i try to call them the automated machine told me that the volume is too much and i couldn't contact them. and they hang up on me every time when i try to call them. so i have to be here in order for them to give me service and update on the flight. >> reporter: sounds a little frustrating, doesn't it? despite what that traveler went through the advice we have been given is if a flight is canceled, the best thing a traveler can do is try to make the changes at home over the phone or online to avoid airport lines. at sfo, elissa harrington, cbs 5. >>> more than 100 california air national guardsmen are now on the
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